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Spell check of uncommon

Correct spelling: uncommon

Synonyms:
extreme, eccentric, droll, infrequent, especial, fabulous, out of sight, uncustomary, unusual, aberrant, offbeat, whimsical, different, outstanding, better, divergent, rarefied, ridiculous, unexampled, phenomenal, quirky, monstrous, laughable, surprising, exceeding, off, mismatch, aberrated, incongruous, inconsistent, unmatched, unclassifiable, prodigious, isolated, strange, hoped-for, rare, weird, original, nondescript, unconventional, out of the ordinary, oddball, magnificent, ludicrous, out of the way, remarkable, outlandish, towering, odd, unaccustomed, arcane, wonderful, quaint, freakish, exotic, scarce, untypical, grotesque, noteworthy, fey, occasional, incompatible, funny, unwonted, singular, rarified, deranged, short, unique, deviant, sporadic, unaccountable, standout, fantastic, bizarre, sought-after, particular, curious, startling, novel, unheard of, special, abnormal, oddity, egregious, erratic, usual, un-ordinary, crotchety, sparse, crosspatch, nonconforming, irregular, peculiar, preternatural, awesome, atypical, freak, unorthodox, crazy, misfit, precious, extraordinaire, improper, unparalleled, preeminent, exceptional, unfamiliar, at a premium, longed-for, anomalous, idiosyncratic, preposterous, comical, extraordinary.

Antonyms:
predictable, plain, familiar, common, unexceptional, typical, expected, usual, grassroots, frequent, ordinary, normal, regular, standard, demotic, popular, average, customary, natural, everyday, democratic, general.

Examples of usage:

1) It was not an angel's face, but a woman's, and there was no expression in it that was not human; expressions of love, and pity, and forgiveness- you have them in your face now, and I believe they are not uncommon. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

2) Such conversations were not uncommon, and Mrs. Moran could not with any prudence put a sudden stop to them. - "The Maid of Maiden Lane", Amelia E. Barr.

3) It is so lovely and uncommon, you see. - "Girls of the Forest", L. T. Meade.

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